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IPL 2022: Gujarat Titans beat CSK to keep their winning streak alive.

Gujarat Titans beat Chennai Super Kings by three wickets in their IPL 2022 match on Sunday at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium. David Miller made an unbeaten half-century, and Rashid Khan hit a quick one to help (April 17).

David Miller’s 94* and Rashid Khan’s quick 40 helped Gujarat reach their target of 170 with a ball to spare in the game.

This is Gujarat Titans’ fifth win in six games, while Chennai Super Kings have lost their fifth game in six for the second time this season. With 10 points, GT is top of the Indian Premier League 2022 table, while Mumbai Indians haven’t won in a long time. CSK are just above them.

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Before that, Ruturaj Gaikwad and Ambati Rayudu both hit brilliant innings of 46 to help Chennai Super Kings reach 169/5, which they could defend. Two wickets were taken by Alzarri Joseph for CT, while Mohammed Shami took one and Yash Dayal took one each for the Indian team, too.

When Gujarat was chasing 170, they had a bad start. They made 37 runs with the loss of three wickets in the first six overs. This happened in the first over, when Mukesh Choudary got rid of Shubhman Gill for a golden duck. During the second and fourth overs, Mahesh Theekshana got rid of Vijay Shankar and Abhinav Manohar.

A shot from Ravindra Jadeja sent Wriddhiman Saha back home in the 8th over, giving CSK their 4th wicket of the match. It was the 12th over, and David Miller made 50. CSK lost 19 runs in that over.

He bowled a maiden wicket over that turned the game in Gujarat’s favor, so the game changed. Bravo threw away Rahul Tewatia in that game.

There was a tricky part of the game, but Rashid Khan and David Miller made sure they didn’t lose any wickets. Rashid went crazy in the 18th over of Chris Jordan when the stand-in captain hit three sixes and a four. With 48 runs needed off the last 18 balls, Rashid went crazy. It was a good over for Gujarat because they made 25 runs.

Bravo did get rid of Rashid Khan and Alzarri Joseph in the penultimate over, but it was already too late. Miller took his team home with a ball to spare in the last over of the game.

It was bad for the openers of the Chennai Super Kings when they were put to bat first. Robin Uthappa, their main batter, was out in the second over. Moeen Ali was bowled out by Alzarri Joseph for just one run in the sixth over of the innings.

Ambati Rayudu and Ruturaj Gaikwad led the way for CSK in an innings. The two kept the score moving. During the powerplay, GT’s pacers put the batting duo under stress. They kept them from scoring many runs.

During the 8th over of the innings, Rayudu took his time to get used to the field. On the other hand, Gaikwad played aggressively to help his team reach 50 runs. It took Gaikwad 37 balls to reach his half-century, and he smashed GT bowlers all over the field.

The pair made 68 runs together for CSK until the 12th over, which helped the team score more than 100 runs. In the 12th over, Gaikwad and Rayudu smashed Yash Dayal and scored 19 runs.

To break the partnership between Alzarri Joseph and Rayudu, he was brought back into the attack. In the 15th over, he took out the well-set Rayudu for 46 runs, leaving CSK at 124/3.

Rayudu’s wicket made it possible for Shivam Dube and Gaikwad to play together. Yash Dayal made a big difference for his team when he took out Gaikwad for 73 runs. In the 19th over of the game, Ravindra Jadeja came out to bat with Dube to keep the score moving.

They reached the 150-run mark for Chennai in that time. In the last overs of the first innings, Jadeja and Dube both made quick runs to help their team reach 169/5.

This is the score: Chennai Super Kings 169/5 vs. Gujarat Titans 170/7: David Miller 94, Rashid Khan 40, Dwayne Bravo 3-23, Alzarri Joseph 2-34.

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